Chamber Christmas Passport – Shop Local Campaign winners chosen

Winners are chosen in the Princeton & District Chamber of Commerce Christmas Passport Shop Local Campaign.

President of the Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce

The Princeton business community has once again been most generous in sponsoring the Princeton & District Chamber of Commerce Christmas Passport Shop Local Campaign. The winners for this years campaign were drawn during the regular meeting of Council held Monday, Dec. 16 at the Princeton Library Conference Room.

The winners and their prize packages are as follows;

First Place: Therese Grgich

Kal Tire – Wheel Alignment and Oil Lube & Filter change; Work N’ Play – Gift Certificate 3 x $20 ; Cool Beanz – Gift Certificates 1 x $5; Cowboy Coffee/CoCo’s – Gift Certificates 1 x $25; Country Kitchen Rest. – Dinner for Two; Thomasina’s Tea Room – Gift Certificate for a Chicken Dinner; The Source – Trident Helicopter ($80 value); Barking Bubbles – $60 Grooming Gift Cert; Sweet Sensations – Chocolates + $25 Gift Certificate; Winking Pedlar – $40 Gift Certificate; Mikados / Ponderosa – Mikados Gift Certificates 1 x $20; IDA Pharmacy – 8 Chocolate Bars; Princeton’s Loonie Bin – 1 large welcome basket; Similkameen Spotlight – 1 year subscription; Christmas Cash – $60

Second Place: Andrea Adam

Chevron – $25 Gift Cert; Cooper’s Foods – Gift Certificate – $50; Cowboy Coffee/CoCo’s – Gift Certificates 1 x $25; Belaire Restaurant – Dinner for 2; A&W – Gift Certificates 3 x $20; Princeton Outdoor Supply – Fly Tie Vise; Everything Pets – Gift Certificate – $25; Shirley’s Crafts – Chip & Dip Tray; Shoppers Drug Mart – Nivea Set ; Shoppers Drug Mart – Party Snack Pack; Cloverdale Paint – Paint Supplies $25 value; A&W – Gift Certificates 2 x $20; Mikados / Ponderosa – Mikados Gift Certificates 1 x $20; IDA Pharmacy – 8 Chocolate Bars; Princeton’s Loonie Bin – 1 Medium Welcome basket; Christmas Cash – $40

Third Place: Allana Sheppard

Krankin Vintage – Oil change; Fletchers / Ace Hardware – Gift Certificate – $50; Cool Beanz – Gift Certificates – 4 x $5; Billy’s Restaurant – $50 Gift Certificate; A&W – Gift Certificates 2 x $20 ; Home Hardware – Hockey Clock ; Fields – Fleece Blanket; Suzie’s Shoppe – Gift Certificate – $25; A&W – Gift Certificates 1 x $20 ; Mikados / Ponderosa – Mikados Gift Certificates 1 x $20; IDA Pharmacy – 8 Chocolate Bars; Princeton’s Loonie Bin – 1 Small Welcome basket; Christmas Cash – $20

Donators for Tree Decorating Competition:

Brown Bridge Pub – $50 Gift Certificate – Business Winner, Similkameen Spotlight;

Copperhill Lanes – Bowling Party – Clubs & Organization Winner, Brownies / Sparks;

Pasha’s Pizza – Free Specialty Pizza – Individual Winner, Joanne Esselink

Cash Donators for Christmas Cash and Wagon Ride

Princeton Tire – $60

Villager Motel – $50

Westland Insurance – $50

TamAirah Campbell of Two Spirit Stylist – $50

The Chamber extends their appreciation to our local businesses for their terrific support in this campaign and to the residents for their participation.

Congratulations to our winners! Remember by shopping local, you contribute to the betterment and sustainability of this fine community.


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